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SCOTS TEACHERS BACK NON CO-OPERATION CAMPAIGN ON REFORM

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Members of Scotland's largest teaching union have overwhelmingly voted not to co-operate in the implementation of p...
Members of Scotland's largest teaching union have overwhelmingly voted not to co-operate in the implementation of planned school reforms, reports the Scotsman (14 May p5).

Jim Martin, general secretary of the Educational Institute of Scotland, said 88% of those who voted in a union ballot had backed his executive's call not to implement any new Scottish Office reforms. An urgent meeting has been sought with the Scottish Secretary.
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